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Julian Osgood Field - Fiction Bibliography
... 1893 "A Kiss of Judas" published in The Pall Mall Magazine, July 1893 reprinted in Vampyres Lord Byron to Count Dracula, ed. 1991) 1893 "The Luck of the Devil" published in The Pall Mall Magazine, October 1894 ... Aut Diabolus Aut Nihil and Other Tales (London Methuen Co.) 1898 With All the Powders of the Merchant published in The Pall ...
Schomberg House
... Schomberg House is a mansion on the south side of Pall Mall in central London which has a colourful history ... In 1769 it was divided into three (No, 80 Pall Mall to the west, No, 81 in the centre and No ... which also occupied several other mansions in Pall Mall ...
List Of Greek Place Names - The List - Π
... Palátio paˈlatio Palatine Hill Παλλάντιον Pallántion Παλλάντιο Pallántio paˈladio Pallantium Παλλήνη Pallḗnē Παλλήνη Pallíni paˈlini Pallene ...
Boydell Shakespeare Gallery - Gallery Building
... and his nephew secured the lease on a site at 52 Pall Mall (51°30′20.5″N 0°8′12″W / 51.505694°N 0.13667°W / 51.505694 -0.13667) to build the gallery and engaged George Dance, then the Clerk ... Pall Mall at that time had a mix of expensive residences and commercial operations, such as bookshops and gentleman's clubs, popular with fashionable London society ... establishments King's Place (now Pall Mall Place), an alley running to the east and behind Boydell's gallery, was the site of Charlotte Hayes's high-class brothel ...
Austria At The 1968 Winter Olympics - Alpine Skiing
... Seiwald 141.82 4 Christl Haas 141.41 03 ! Olga Pall 140.87 01 ! Lisi Pall Giant Slalom 200.91 27 Brigitte Seiwald 157.26 11 Gertrud Gabl 156.85 9 Olga Pall 155.61 5 Gertrud Gabl Slalom DNF ...

More definitions of "pall":

  • (verb): Cause to become flat.
    Example: "Pall the beer"
  • (noun): A sudden numbing dread.
    Synonyms: chill
  • (verb): Lose sparkle or bouquet.
    Example: "Wine and beer can pall"
    Synonyms: die, become flat
  • (verb): Cause surfeit through excess though initially pleasing.
    Synonyms: cloy
  • (verb): Lose strength or effectiveness; become or appear boring, insipid, or tiresome (to).
    Example: "The course palled on her"
  • (verb): Become less interesting or attractive.
    Synonyms: dull
  • (verb): Cover with a pall.

Famous quotes containing the word pall:

    Come, thick night,
    And pall thee in the dunnest smoke of hell,
    That my keen knife see not the wound it makes,
    Nor heaven peep through the blanket of the dark
    To cry, “Hold, hold!”
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)